A quest to become a smarter world where all systems with local processing and sensors are connected to share information is gaining momentum. Connecting these systems with each and other and users helps businesses make informed decisions.
On the 15th Huawei Global Analyst Summit, Huawei discussed how to bring the efficiency and convenience of the cloud to more enterprises and leverage AI technologies to enable digital transformation.
Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a provider in field programmable gate array (FPGA)-based hardware accelerator devices and embedded FPGA (eFPGA), announced its collaboration with CAST Incorporated, a semiconductor intellectual property company focusing on semiconductor IP for electronic system designers.
Although the exact numbers of the market potential of IoT varies between various estimates, McKinsey sets it to be between $2.7(€2.19) to $6.2(€5.04) trillion by 2025. It is estimated that the number of connected devices is set to increase approximately five fold, from 27 billion in 2017 to 125 billion by 2030. However, this potential can be leveraged only with a capable workforce.
SAP SE has introduced SAP Predictive Engineering Insights, a cloud-based solution that creates virtual equivalents of physical assets to provide real-time, intelligent analysis based on sensor feeds.
The DS 7, the car featuring Huawei Connect Car Solution, debuts at the Huawei Eco-Partner Conference 2018. It is the first result of Huawei and Group PSA‘s collaboration on the world’s largest OEM connected car project announced in November 2017.
Pure Storage, the all-flash storage platform that helps innovators build a better world with data, announced the industry’s first comprehensive AI-Ready Infrastructure, AIRI, powered by NVIDIA. Architected by Pure Storage and NVIDIA, AIRI is purpose-built to enable data architects, scientists and business leaders
Telefónica and Huawei have announced a partnership to launch a set of Big Data products aimed at enterprises that want to develop their own internal use cases as well as to sell data applications to their clients.
Sensors integrated into devices use the internet and offer a bulk of data that is extremely useful, says Danish Wadhwa. There are many reasons for transmitting sensor data but all reasons settle on a common assumption that is data can be mined and evaluated to generate actionable insights.
There is no doubt that industrial applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) have emerged as some of the most compelling use cases for the technology. The latest estimates place the number of connected devices anywhere between 20 billion and 50 billion by 2020,